Bejoy Nambiar's short film Dobaara recently released online as part of the ZEE5 film festival.
Irrfan Khan's Doob: No Bed of Roses was banned in Bangladesh on the grounds that it might be based on revered real-life author and filmmaker Ahmed, who divorced his wife of 27 years and married an actress 33 years his junior.
Irrfan Khan starrer Doob - No Bed of Roses, which was once banned in Bangladesh, has been chosen as the country's official entry for the Academy Awards 2019.
More than 100 films from over 25 countries will be screened at PIFF.
The Film Federation of India (FFI) on Saturday announced Rima Das' film Village Rockstars as the official contender for Oscars 2019 in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
National Award-winning film Village Rockstars will be released through VKAAO, a joint venture of PVR Pictures and BookMyShow in metro cities of India and in more than 30 screens in Assam through Kamakhya Films.
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Shreyas Talpade on being stereotyped in comic roles and how Marathi cinema is on the rise.
Many filmmakers before Alfonso Cuaron have tried to capture real life while keeping the life-like essence intact. Given the number of failures and also-rans, we know just how hard it can be. Roma does it so beautifully, without calling attention to its craft, that it is mesmeric.
Fan Bingbing, who turns 37 on Sunday, has dropped out of public view for more than three months — the victim of a sudden and precipitous fall from grace.
The latest to gravitate towards a Western is French director Jacques Audiard
From Barry Jenkins’s If Beale Street Could Talk to Gaspar Noe’s Climax and Steve McQueen’s Widows, Toronto International Film Festival presented a sensorium of sound and visuals.
Why watching an Indian documentary at an international film festival makes perfect sense.
TIFF’s ‘Share Her Journey’ programme has been working quietly and steadily to consciously increase the participation of women in film, both in front and behind the camera.
Rima Das’ Bulbul Can Sing proves just how much can be achieved on a shoestring budget if the vision is true. And that Das is a major Indian talent.
43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 1: The Wild Pear Tree, the latest offering from Turkish maestro Nuri Bilge Ceylan, is deeply political, taking gentle but decisive swipes at a country in turmoil, and people trying to live with their conscience.
Bengali actor Payal Chakraborty allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself in a hotel room in Siliguri.
Adil Hussain starrer Norwegian film What Will People Say is the story of a Pakistani family who lives in Norway. The film has been selected as Norway's official entry to the Oscars.
Screened at the Express Film Club, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi chronicled the period it was set in.